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Nicaragua - Second Land Administration Project : additional financing (English)

The objectives of the Additional Financing for the Second Land Administration Project for Nicaragua are: (a) to strengthen the property rights of the population in the Project area through improved regularization, titling, and registry services; and (b) to improve Nicaragua's capacity to respond promptly and effectively to an eligible emergency. The AF focuses on: (i) expanding the Integrated Cadastre Registry Information System (SIICAR) in Managua and Estelí; (ii) scaling-up cadastral, titling, and regularization services; (iii) strengthening municipal cadastre capacity; and (iv) supporting land administration studies and Project management, monitoring and evaluation. The AF will use the existing implementation arrangements, with the exception of two of the co-executing agencies, the National Institute for Development Information (INIDE) and the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARENA), given that their activities will be completed under the original credit. To allow sufficient time to complete all AF activities, the project’s closing date will be extended by 18 months, from December 31, 2018 to June 30, 2020. The original credit’s closing date will not be extended. Disbursement estimates, components, costs, and the implementation schedule have been revised to reflect the scale-up of activities and extension of the closing date. The results framework is also updated to reflect the expanded scope of investments and additional implementation time.


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    Nicaragua - Second Land Administration Project : additional financing

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Nicaragua - Second Land Administration Project : additional financing (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.